when choosing the due date in workorders and laybys i have noticed that the date reads Wednesday 22nd of may 2012 which is not possible in 2012, its as if the year is out of sequence so the day is always wrong.
You might check your time & time zone in windows.
I'm pretty sure RMS gets its info from windows.
Still that's pretty funny.
Email Bill Gates about that at firstname.lastname@example.org :)
nop the date is correct in windows rms does not get its date from windows , and worse even if you could change the date the day does not match the date so it is yet another bug i think
I am unable to reproduce this in my system. What are the repro steps for this issue?
create a "work order"
then select "details"
under the "general" tab
there is a due in field
this is the date in question
it say 10/06/2012 as we have it defaulting 2 days after the current date
however when press "select" it shows a calendar showing the 10th to be a monday, when infact the 10th can only be a Sunday
I attempted to reproduce this on my system and was unable to produce the same results.
Is there any way you can add a screenshot of the incorrect date?
Check the date on the Server computer also.
as you can see there should never be a sunday 9th of june 2012, it can only happen in the year 2013
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Thank you for posting your screenshot of the issue. The reason I couldnt reproduce it initially was because I was testing it in Store Operations. Once I tested it in POS 2009 I was indeed able to produce the same results as you were.
I was only able to reproduce this after I installed Feature Pack 1. When tested on Service Pack 1 the dates were correct. As this was confirmed as a Bug I recommend that you open a Service request for the RMS Support Team so we can get this product defect entered into our system and begin work on a fix.
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